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In September 2013, the Galaxy Note 3 phablet came with the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and then later upgraded to the 5.1.1 Lollipop. While it’s too old to get an upgrade, there’s a way for these phones to have the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, using the Phronesis custom ROM.

Want to know how to install the firmware that comes with various performance tweaks, do-not-disturb, the most up-to-date security patches and other Google features.

For you to install this software, you need to have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE model. You must back up your information with the Clockwork Mod Recovery/TWRP and upload a USB driver software on the computer. The battery on your phone will need to be a minimum of 80 percent, anything less and the phone could become bricked during the installation process… if it’s interrupted.



After you download the Phronesis Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and Google Apps are on your computer, you’ll need to connect the Galaxy Note 3 to it. You’ll need to copy and paste these zip files to the storage memory on your phone. Turn the phone off, unplugging it from the computer. You’ll need to do a Recovery mode sorties by holding the Power and Volume Down buttons.

You’ll need to go into the TWRP settings menu – here you’ll need to clear the phone’s memory by choosing the “Wipe” option and selecting “Swipe to Factory Reset” to do a factory reset.  Once you’ve done that, go back to the TWRP settings and hit “Install.” Choose the zip file in the memory section, return to the TWRP menu and hit “Wipe to Confirm Flash.”

The entire process will finish in minutes, and once it is complete, a message comes across the screen that says, “Successful.” If you notice any issues, go back to the TWRP settings and choose “Wipe cache/dalvik.”

Android Marshmallow Already Installed On Intex Aqua Power 4G

People who live in India and looking for a new phone will find that the Intex Aqua Power 4G comes with the newest Android Marshmallow OS for a price tag of $95. The phone is powered by the quad-core MediaTek MT6725) processor, with one gig of RAM, a five-inch HD IPS display and a battery of a 3,800mAh capacity for 18 hours of talk time. The memory can be expanded from 8GB to 32GB. It’s got an 8MP resolution for its camera. The secondary camera offers just 2MP.

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